As the world celebrates Christmas, bitcoiners celebrate yet another broken price record and the imminence of a new level for cryptocurrency. Bitcoin broke through $ 24,000 in the early hours of Friday (25th) and reached $ 24,660, marking a new historic high in several brokerages around the world. In Brazil,
It is December 25th and while the majority of the world celebrates Christmas, an attack of gigantic proportions unfolds on the Monero network. The most private cryptocurrency in the world has no slack. Monero's nodes began to stop working in droves. On Reddit, Twitter and IRC sounded alarms of something
Ripple Labs' XRP token collapsed again (20%) with another devastating news. After being withdrawn from Bitwise, the Brazilian fund Hashdex and several other brokers, XRP is now no longer available to North American Bitstamp users. Headquartered in Luxembrugo, the broker is one of the largest in the world in terms
Francis Suarez, current mayor of Miami, tweeted on Thursday that he is "exploring" the idea of making Miami, the seventh largest city in the United States, the seat of the country's first municipal crypto-government, apparently endorsing concepts of tokenization and voting networked. He tagged new city resident Anthony Pompliano, founder
In an interview with Naomi Brockwell, a well-known producer and youtuber, Edward Snowden discussed cryptocurrencies, privacy and his questions about the development of Bitcoin. Despite believing that digital currencies are "inevitable", the famous ex-NSA said the biggest question he has is why developers are taking so long to solve the
Ripple's digital currency XRP has risen 37% in the past 24 hours. However, the increase has not yet been sufficient to cover all the losses of the past few days. After the United States Securities and Exchange Commission accused Ripple of illegally issuing the XRP, the token plummeted with the
Japan is preparing to launch its Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC), following China, which is in the testing stage to launch its own. According to the Japan Times, the country's Digital Currency Forum plans to create “some form” of digital currency similar to Facebook's Diem plan (formerly Libra), by 2023.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) raised concerns about strengthening financial supervision through proposed crypto regulations announced by the U.S. Financial Crime Control Network (FinCEN). The regulations also target privacy tools, such as mixers, decentralized exchanges and privacy cryptocurrencies, such as Monero and Zcash. According to the non-profit institution located in